Miami University senior Brad Kasberg, recipient of the $30,000 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize, will spend a year after graduation working with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma to develop a sustainable land use plan that will address the cultural, ecological, and economic needs of the tribe.
Miami University regionals welcome alumnus Juan E. Gilbert (Miami '91) as the keynote speaker for Racial Legacies & Learning Town Hall XXVII, Feb. 14 and 15.
On Monday, Feb. 6, University Senate heard reports from: (1) Provost Bobby Gempesaw, executive vice president for Academic Affairs, and chair, University Senate; (2) Steven DeLue, chair, executive committee of University Senate; (3) Michael Kabbbaz, associate vice president for enrollment management, enrollment update; (4) Michael Curme, ad hoc digital evaluation committee, fall pilot of the "What Do You Think Platform"; and (5) David Prytherch, chair, sustainability committee.
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Patricia Gallagher Newberry (journalism) and Kevin Armitage (Western program) are interviewed about the Robert E. Strippel Memorial Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights to be held Feb. 16-17.
Four Middletown residents have been arrested for allegedly breaking into construction sites in Butler, Warren and Montgomery counties, including Miami Middletown's Finkelman Auditorium, which is being remodeled.
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Saturday, Feb. 11, is the last McFamily and Friends game of the season ticket package. The package includes four game tickets to both the Miami University women's and men's basketball games and four McDonald's Extra Value Meal vouchers, all for just $30. More information is available online.
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